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  • Marci Durrant

    Seeing clothes on the line always bring on wonderful memories. Maybe a painting like this in my laundry room can help me enjoy the act of laundering a bit better. :)

  • Lori Ellison

    A clothesline is a must for the smell of freshly washed and nature-dried linens on the bed.

  • Chris R

    andrew wyeth, light wash. oil painting. 1961 -- < found at this person's Wyeth family board ... http://www.pinterest.com/g6076/wyeth-family-and-art/ . >

  • kk rousseau

    In Light Wash, the scene is set in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania and shows the backside of a house, with a laundry line hanging cloths out to dry. A small dog is visible behind a straw laundry basket. This watercolor is a typical scene for the artist not only because it depicts solitude but also because of his ability to illustrate movement.

  • Shirley McLaughlin

    Andrew Wyeth Artist. "Hmmmm, sheets smell so good when dried on the clothes line on a breezy day!"

  • Cash In The Attic

    Andrew Wyeth art about simple living.

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  • Michael Bailey

    I had seen this before and thought this was a nice watercolor but there was no artist credit so I then backtracked the pins to find it is actually a photograph taken by a New York based photographer by the name of Diana Lee. She posted it on her flickr account which is under the name floralgal.

  • Mark Donaldson

    Thanks Michael... I will correct the attribution.

N.C. Wyeth in his studio with a cowboy model……http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Wyeth

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Andrew Wyeth- self-portrait, 1949. one of the most haunting paintings I have ever seen in person

Stunning! Wish I was there...

Andrew Wyeth 'The Stone Fence' tempera on panel by Plum leaves, via Flickr